Can earn an associates in arts (AA-T) or certifcate.
Take courses that satisfy UC and Cal State transfer requirements
- Learn the communication skills employers are looking for
Top Skills Needed by Employers
- Listening Skills
- Written Communication Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Negotiation Skills
These skills regularly out-rank teamwork and solving problems as skills employers are looking for from a candidate. All of these skills are taught in our communication studies courses.
How about one of these exciting communication studies courses?
Learn the skills necessary to present in front of a group or audience in COM 001.Search for Classes
Previous Communication Studies Activities
Honors Debate 2018
Honors students debated "Should California repeal the Affirmative Consent law regulating sexual assault on college campuses."See the Gallery
Nervous Novice Tournament
Every year, students from a variety of classes met fellow students, received free food, a certificate for participating... and well, gave a speech in front of a small group of judges.See the Gallery
“Our 2014 survey of nearly 600 employers revealed what they want most from new graduate business hires—they want people who can speak well, write well, listen to others, present well, sell ideas to others, and negotiate with others in the course of running a business—in other words, they want communicators, with a capital C.”Employers Want Communication Skills in New Hires
What can I do with Communication Studies?
Many people who have earned Certificates or Degrees in Communication Studies have gone on to professions in many fields. These are some of them:
- Consumer Affairs
- Public Relations
- Human Resources
- Community Affairs
- Customer Service
- Social Services
Thanks for your interest in a Communication Studies class at Mission College!